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Re: LOGIN-LGWNT32.DLL-710 Error fffffec1.

I too am getting this same issue .... but there are other symptoms I'm noticing as well.

I get this error on only a couple machines out of the 75 we are using. I've verified using the correct requirements for the password ( We use 6 characters minimum and I've tried with and without numbers ).

A couple facts :

Client = 4.91 sp4
NMAS Authentication is set to OFF

The additional thing is that after the user logs into the network and authenticates with the current password.... When I try and manually change the password through the client, I get an error

"Old password on <tree> is not correct".

I KNOW it's correct because I just changed it through console1 , then logged into the workstation with it. So it's almost like somewhere there is a caching of the password and the client is reading the incorrect information ?
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